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NABA in collaboration with ApritiModa involved the students of the BA in Fashion Design and of the MA in Fashion and Textile Design in a project that invited them to develop a mapping of the excellence of Made in Italy.

The synergy between ApritiModa and the Academy - together since first edition of the event - brought this year to the project, dedicated to more than 100 students of Fashion Design Area. The collaboration, starting on last February, was launched by a webinar, curated personally by Cinzia Sasso, ApritiModa Founder, and led to the inclusion of three manufactories in the event programme.

AR.NA Passamaneria, a small business in Chieri, enriched by a long history and specialised in the production of braiding, was proposed by the BA in Fashion Design student Anamaria-Bianca Giura; the textile factory Bossio, headquartered in Calopezzati, was proposed by the BA in Fashion Design student Lorena Macrillò, and Colletti, a brand of the shoemaking district of the Fermo area, headquartered in Montegranaro, that produces classic man shoes, was proposed by the BA in Fashion Design student Sofia Muzi. Each of these realities on October 23rd and 24th will take part to ApritiModa, the initiative, now in its fifth edition, that opens the doors of the nerve centers of the fashion world and its best artisanal laboratories, to reveal the most hidden places of creativity, genius and know-how of Italian fashion.

Discover the complete map of events on ApritiModa website. Visits are free, but their booking is mandatory.

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